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Inside a Medieval Manuscript by Dr Sally Crumplin

Inside a Medieval ManuscriptDr Sally Crumplin explores what can we learn from a single medieval manuscript and give an insight into 12th-century society in Southern Scotland, Northern England and…

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Filmosophy: Film as Philosophy by James Mooney

Filmosphy: Film as PhilosophyIn our inaugural open lecture, James Mooney discusses the relationship between film and philosophy. Can film do philosophy? What does it mean for a film to be…

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Dementia Prevention Open Lecture Series - What is Neurodegenerative Disease? Part 1

What is Neurodegenerative Disease? Part 1In our first lecture, Prof. Craig Ritchie will provide an introduction to the Dementia Prevention Open Lecture Series, discusses how, when and where dementia…

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HR Away Day - Tuesday 4th December

Footage and opinion from the HR Away Day held at the Informatics Forum

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Wikidata, Wikibase, & a federated ecosystem of knowledge - Dario Taraborelli, Daniel Mietchen

Over the past several years, interest in leveraging Wikidata as an open knowledge base has been growing in areas ranging from cultural heritage institutions and libraries to research and technology…

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Wikidata & WikiCite - the Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools (JROST)

Dario Taraborelli talks about Wikidata and WikiCite at the Summer 2018 workshop for the Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools: https://www.wikidata.org/ http://wikicite.org/ Slides:…

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Finding and Using Open Educational Resources (OER)

This webinar on finding and using Open Educational Resources was recorded for the PEBL Project.

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